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A Bit About Caroline Silver

"I paint for joy: for the joy of the process and the happiness I can bring to my viewers."

 

Caroline has been a London resident since 20005 and the local scenes inspire her endlessly and are her current muse. She is known for these energetic depictions. She has also been making murals, illustrations, sculpture and painting florals, homes, pets, wildlife and much more all her life.

 

"It's my passion."

 

In her paintings Caroline combines her Architecture background and love of colour with her eye for the kaleidoscope of changes in a scene brought about by the seasons, times of day, tides and people. She has a particular affinity to London's connection with the River Thames. 

"Where the city meets the riverfront are the wild open skies and the trees and I feel my best connection with nature."

She creates her work in her Fulham Studio from large dynamic sketches she makes in situ. You can catch a glimpse into this process in the Tideway London’s film “River Reflections”  which features Caroline as one of five local riverfront artists celebrated during the annual Thames Festival.

Her work is currently part of the new Hammersmith Riverfront Art Trail  here. 

 

Other public exhibitions include the Carnwarth Road Street Gallery for 2019 and the Summer Exhibition at The Riverside Studios, London 2023. She also shows her work twice a year at the Society of Fulham Artists and Potters (SOFAP) in Fulham, London. Get in touch for a Private View invite - she'd love to see you!

The verdict of her viewers...

 

“Caroline’s paintings are so full of joy; I can’t help smiling and feeling happy when I look at them.”

Mission accomplished!

With affordable works in homes throughout the UK and in collections internationally, she has been painting to commission and for self expression for over 40 years.

 

carolinesilverart@gmail.com    @carolinesilverartist      carolinesilverartist.com

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